Morsi’s Death Will Shake the Muslim Brotherhood

Source: Chatham House

Author(s):  Georges Fahmi

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In the wake of the death of former Egyptian president Mohammad Morsi, there has been a wave of solidarity among the Muslim Brotherhood and its supporters in Egypt and abroad. Competing groups, beset by a deep divide caused by two strands of leadership each claiming legitimacy and a widening generation gap among its members, have come together temporarily.

But in the long run, the fallout from Morsi’s death will deepen the crises afflicting the Brotherhood, namely the lack of a political vision and the quiet wave of radicalization among the youth.

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